Suffering a serious injury on the job is an exceptionally difficult experience, but when the injury leads to amputation, the permanency and emotional component of the accident makes matters that much more so. Amputations are often caused by the crushing impact of accidents involving heavy machinery, equipment, or materials, such as on construction sites and in industrial settings. If you’ve suffered an accident on the job that results in amputation, it’s time to consult with an experienced Illinois workers’ compensation attorney.
While amputations can have any number of causes, some of the most common causes on the job include:
The damages you suffer as a result of an accident that leads to amputation are obviously very serious and should be thoroughly addressed in your workers’ compensation claim. The compensation you can seek includes:
Healing from an amputation is an arduous journey that necessitates obtaining the compensation to which you are entitled, and a dedicated workers’ compensation attorney can help pave the surest path forward.
Danielle Pinkston at Pinkston Law Group, P.C., in Joliet, Illinois, is a trusted workers’ compensation attorney who takes great pride in helping clients like you fully recover for their work-related losses. Your claim is important to us, and Ms. Pinkston has the experience, drive, and legal insight to help, so please do not wait to contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you in your unique situation.
Whether you’re dealing with a workers’ compensation claim, a civil rights violation, or a personal injury case, you and your family’s best interests are our top priority. Ms. Danielle A. Pinkston of Pinkston Law Group utilizes her extensive legal knowledge to resolve your case, no matter how complex it may be. We share your goals and work closely with you, delivering the exceptional services you need.
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